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August 31st, 2012
06:23 PM ET

Does a fertilized egg equal a person?

Are fertilized eggs entitled to the same legal rights as a human being?  Brooke explores the concerns raised by GOP Vice-Presidential candidate Paul Ryan’s support of a bill that pushes for “Personhood.”

Filed under: Anchors • Brooke Baldwin
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  1. Hue Mann

    I guess it depends on whether the "baby corporations" make more OR less than $250,000 USD.
    Ceterus peribus.
    Assuming "human beings" are "persons".

    That "party" rocks out to the fact that corporations are "persons", But if one "person" screws over another "person" during a "hostile takeover"... Then that "fertilized egg" would never happen.

    There are magical "outsource" protocols that happen.

    August 31, 2012 at 8:18 pm |
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